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Va on year, payuhle In advance
Pot ill loontln, payable in advance .
Fof three nfciatb. h nflvnnca e 4 i ', 6
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Whiskeis aha Jlustiiclics
tl ! . 1 . i' '.'.' -
TT'OHCED to Rroir upon the smoothest face In
I from t lite to fly week, hv iimur tr. KK
VIONKB Itr'.HTAl'K tTUKH CAIMLI.AIKK tl
aaoet wondcilul di.covery In modern acience, ait
ttif npon the Heard nnrt flair In nn almoi Jminicu
loua mMirr. It l:i been ed by ti e eiitt of
I'aria and London with the moot flatirrinir micicn
Mffis f ail piinliawm will lie rcKltlcreif hl If
ntlre satisfaction l not given In every lnttiic
tht money will lie rUot-rfiili refiimled. Prlci hy
iail. e.aled end po.lpnld, l. lie-crlptivo rlrru
lare and testininnlitla mulled fr!P. Addre. HKII-
6EH, Mill fTM. l.n.f lUieitiMs; No. HA river
all rat, I toy, N 1. Hole arfenu fur the Pi. ilea1
BUtUa. feh 8 1 r
. Heparator Capilll
Throw away jour fain friasce,' your switches,
Destructive of eomrort, ana rret worth a fig
Com aged, com youthful, com ugly and
fatr, -'- "
Jta4 rejoice la your own luxuriant hair.
. Far rcatnriuc hair tintn' bald bende (from
Whatever cause it may liavi fallen nut) mid
ataoiug a growth, of hair upou the face, it hue
equal. It will force, the bcari. to grow upon
ill suiojtli.st face In Iroiu nv to eirlit wccki
r hair ti pon tiaM heeds in from two to thrcu
month.. A fuw ijuorant practitionvra hnv
aarted that I herd ia rtolhii g thnt will fur.-e or
butKii tli arowtli of tlia hair or bcunl. Their
Meortiona are fnlae, aa tbouHHiula ol living wit
Itnci (Ironi their own i-xijcnoncr) cnn tcr
witnoo. liul inuny will nay, how ore w to
linguiuli llio Rnnuine from tho apurioix? It
rtainly la diUioult, nine-tpiitha of the tlil'
farent rVeparatiini a'lrcrtiacd lor the hnir and
beard are entirely worlhl-w, nml you may have
trend v thrown awnv lura ntnounl in thoir
urrhiik. To aiirh wm would unv. trv tho lti
p armor Capilli : it will cur.i vou liotliinKUiilcsa
U fully cornea up to our ri'pre.ientiiliiMii. If
, or l)ruj.-Kit iluen not keep u, himkI ua one ilol
ar aud wo will forwurd U, poilpniil, toirethvr
arith recent for tlia money, whii-h will bore
turned vou ou , amdicnlicm. providing tutir
aaitufaction ia ii'it given. Addrcas,
W. L: CLAltK I CO., ChoiniaU,
K. S Weit Fayatto Stiaot, taictt, N. Y
, fe. 8 1r.
TLe World Astonished
at in nrarwu inntiom
Mall UY 1UX UKEAT ASTKOLCCIBT,
'Mn-ntuo EI. A. I'EKKISO.
Bh rl aoereta t'-atmortaleverknew. Bh
rnalore to haiiuuiea hone who, from lioleful
vnta, cainatruphep, i roaaei in love, Iota of re
la'ior.a and frii i.da, Ions of money, lijiv
ateeme ilripoin.'ini. tl.e l ringn together those
lonf eejjeraied 2ivta inlf rmutioli conueriiing
Laeut Irieuja o: .'iver, roelorea lout or atolen
j'tot krly, tviia ; u.i 1 1 1 Un i.i n ynu aro beat
..antifit to I'uroiu am! in whitt vou will bo auu
auaa'ul. caw" aulv ninrj iiiirta iiHd tella you
lh ki'V ilay vou will marrv, irivca you the
aauie. iikenetuKiid rhiirncleritticol' Ibu person
She toads vour erv luonchw, and by ner bI
CLont up'-rini.n'-iil powera uuveila the ilerk and
kiddMi invator'.ra or iho future. ' 1- niii I lie atnrs
see !u the liriiinmeiit tho malelio rtara that
aoni or nt'tt Jt:it i n tie in the eonhi'iimt iuii
f;.iin lh" iai rt.-n Hlid position of til plnnels
U ; j ti CiL'il m.Tm iu tl heuvrna ut ibe tun
drib, sbe di-du. es the futura il.itiny of muu
Fail nt to o.i,. ult the firml AslrnW'giat ou
aariii. It ro.tta you but triijo.nnd you irmy
ipr ai-ain liiivoto invoruble an oiinortnuitv
onsiiltylioii !-, with likei.e( ami ull desired
iii.'ormitlioi,. SI. Vurtios livinir nt n cl atuliro
ia'u ouauil tho Madam by lunil with eiiial
axfaiv and satisfaction to themaelvs, OS il in
porson. A lull ttinl explicit chart, wrillon out
with all HKjUiriet unsweredHiid lilionea enclns
aud ant bv mail on receipt of price above men
tiud. au'iotest socreay will lie in in main
J, aud alt c:uiciipo:idoiicerlurui or destroy
t l':eri:iiei of I ho hiehoat order furnislu -
those dtsii i n,f them. V i it pluiiily the dny of
she ineiuli and vcur iu whmli yuu were born
oclosiux a small lock of libir.
Ad.rtss, M-tutm II. A. PKKRIUO,
1'. 0. latri i'V3, litrriLO, ', Y.
lab. l-1yr. , , . ,
Oh I alie wa bentiful and fair,
With .tarry eye, Mid rudimit hair,
; Khos curling tendril aoft, niitwiiieJ,
Knebauced th very heart and mind.
. - (RIKPEH COMA.'
Ftr Ccrling tho Hairof citlicr Sex into
Wy and O lossy Kingiew
, or Uoitvy-Mauhivn
- t tistnr thia article Lad iea end denllemen
eaa beautify themselves h thousimd fold. It in
h only article in theworhliliiit w ill curl Mraijrh,
hair, and at the aurne time cive it bcautilul
(lossy oppoarance. The Ci ii-per Comn riol only
eurls the hair, but iuvi,'iiialea, henutilie mid
eUunse it.; i highly and deligblfnlly l crttiin
d, and in tho must complete article of (he kind
vr otl'ercd to the American public. ThoCna
perCom will l sunt to any aJdvoaa, aled
aud postpaid for 1 1.
Address all orders to
' " W. L. CLAltK CO., Chemisla,
JPo. i West Fnyctte fctreal, 6vkiCLB, K.
Ub. -lvr, . , . , , , . ....
Auburn, Golden. I.uxrn A Silken
'PRODUCED bv the i ae of Prof.' DEDRKOX
FR1.ER LE CHEVEUX. One application
warranted to curl the moat atr.vgbt and stub
born hult of either a iiuowvy riuitlela,
tteavy maasive curia, litis been used by the
Dtahiotiablea of I'ariaatid London, with the most
a-ratifving reault. . Docs no injury to the hair.
1'rice'by mail, settled and, polmid$l. Dewrip.
tive f'irculnr mailed free. Address RKROtU,
8HUTTS k CO.,CJicruista, JTo, 25 ltivcr Bt.
troy, Y., H aguti forth Luiled States.
Free . t
til ' . V I J. , i
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A. L pp-Circular,, flvlat Ufermstloa
fjiegiaateat Uuportp to. tli .young', of bU
It tVe kov lb bomaly may become faeaatlful
aad tU despite resptil, and tli fursakaa
. No'yotiag lady oe Iientleais should faille
tkeir iddr, aad rciv a opy post paid,
i aiall.. f aeareae a-.w. .. I . ,
: rilTnT f7) .-. ; ri AMCt DllTD W A"
' Fir ' JDMILLi -'. . VOi OlMk V A ll V
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r. wood. f.. roi.fl.
A - . . ...... ,.f ,. '
iltomrjs and Couuselom at Law,
. M'CONNELaVILL, OHIO, .
F. B. POND, Notary Public,
n3-1y . '
. K. KVAX1.
U. L. JINH.
EVANS & JONES,.-'
ATTOl.NEifS AT LAW,
OFFICE, one door vest of Robertson'
, JDrug biore,
J0ll4 t, BAN1U.
joerrii a. aai.i.T.
JIA.NNA i KELLY,
Alt")! nnrt Coi:nnrlIora at Law,
OITl'lC: Banna 'i old Law Officr. Icntrr Si.
JAJtES L. BE Ult V,
giltonu) nt Into,
orntc over creuster i Roberts' storl,
M COSSLLSVll.LE, OHIO.
r. W.N, IIAMBLRTON
t- '"V continue to offer bl piofeainnal
aertrlcc to tie pi.hlle In all Hie
X-LXT v.ineileaaiidtj!cof HKNTlSTUV
sr I'lirtii ul'ir attention civet to the construo
tlou of teeth ou U U It U rJ 11 l'LAl-S.
O F V I C E 1
Center Slre-t, M'ConnclillIe, O.
W. 11.. KELLY,
3?hysician and Surgeon,
Special attention giveu to tho treatmcbt of
Irofeasioiiul calls promptly responded to.
Ori'lCE Soiil.'avrst Curucr of thrTulilir Stiinre,
V. 13. IYM IS & t o,,
FARM IMPLEMENTS AND SEEDS
Agents for tl.o '-BUCK KYK MOWKU"
Mr. Watkiiu tnke pleannr In 1 ifnrruinu the
eitizriiani this town and vic.i i,ity thai he i ole
acent lor th I .on Hard Fire Inanmnae Cumpmiy,
and of the Home Insurance Company.
OFFICE, Abuve the Bonk Siore of Ailulr Bron.
W, H. HEMES, iM, I).,
Physician and Surgeon,
Respectfully offer hU Professional aeevlces t tl
citir.ens ol M'l.'onnoltvil'e and vioiuity.
OFFICE, FRONT R0031 OVER STONE'S STORE
Wlisre he con be found at all lime, tiny ar night,
hen not prolesnioiiHlly ah.eut.
OA VI II 1MI.U All.SO.
13 ARBEK SIIOI
WILLIAMSON & DELANEY
InTit th patronage of the public Shaving
and hair-dresaing done' neatly.
SHOP: Tho ' City. Shaving Saloon."
j. kwingTi. Dm
Physician and Surgeon
OFFICE, in EuKt Room ofimm'i Law Buildin;.
rrrofesalona) Calls promptly attidd to-
Purticular ottention given to Disease
of tho Lungs und Chronic Diseases.
REiJIDEXCK. at tho rntterson House,
Adams X, Kahltr's Store,
nol , ., .
CENTER ST., Xear Steamboat Wharf
Hi llAitTKEII. - Proprlr.
Thi. hni k.. Siat been refill al.h.a and
bi u the bat atjle.and every mt vlU be
I. ItttaawasWet leaeatta paMt i ;
,TKE ART OF -PHOTOGRAPHY.:
Wm. C. TIIICSI Z15
atill cootloueato arcomtawdate tb puklis with ,
PUOTOOBAPMX, ' -
Ffc.lt HO I Y I'KS, I
. , . . OKMS, Ac.
which c.nnt be snrpaaed anywhere.
ar lie hsa feiiecfu arrange men' wncreny
any on csn ho arcnimnilHled with tu Kneel ot
oil paintings and InUIn Ink Work.,- . :
IIOO.IIH, In J.t.&tonc'aj Hull-in?,
North Center Btrret, over Boone's fiaddlrr Hlmp.
S... S.' SAYRfiS,
ovF.rtwooDrosn'8 law office.
Iovitcath attcntloaof all wbewiab to obtain
that will rIt entire satisfaction. My motto la
"lo give aatit taction or no vnorire
CF.XTER ST., Xear Steamboat Wharf
M. lint A LP, rrop'r,.,.,S, II. iUETCALF,
tr The above Honae U rommniltoua, with
P'i A IH.IMi c iretcd. Hpeciul effnrta Will be
made to aupply the wants of gueati.
W. B). (il.L.
a. r. rowxR.
BALL & V O Y V, 11,
ATTORNEYS AT L. A IT,
OfTlret Over Stone's Store.
w. a. au.L
IP, BILL & CO.,
t'y CojJi, Crcctrici, Rutionn, Tiuwar. Trunki
UOUSB FUUN18IllKa GOODS,
Oiipoalte tours Houac,
The Ladies' "Lavatory" at the
The Ladies' "Lavatory" at the Exposition--Sunday in the
The Ladies' "Lavatory" at the Exposition--Sunday in the French Capital---Parisian Eccentrics
-Retirement of French
Actresses to Convents.
A runs reposition letter to l no
London Times contains the following
embarrassing information: "The greut
lavatory, Ac., question is too complien
tod to be discussed here, but t.iero is
such an outcry, nt least among all
Englishmen, aguinst the discomfort of
present arangements, that it is impos
sible to pniH it by. You are aw nro
that the circumfcraneo of tho building
is u series of rest aura n Is, entered from
without; and ull around it is an im
mense inarquiso cr verandah, under
which, when the weather is tine, those
who partake of refreshments will sit
in great numbers. Even in this hid
eous weather po.iplo sit of a night on
tho boulevard boforo tha cafes in ranks
threo and four deep. Under the mar
uiso thnt goes around tho exhibition
building thej' will in a very short time,
bo Seen sitting and lounging ubout in
crowds. Hero nnd thero, but nt rare
intervals, as under the manitiiso, wo
stroll among the crowd, wo como to a
doofwith tho words 'Dttmu upon a
signbonrd htrctching out Irorn it, The
continuity of the circle of restnarnnts
is for a little space interrupted in order
to provide this place of retirement.
It is retiredr lho door ot it is, like
the door of the next restaurant, in tho
midst of the gayest, throngs; tho door
is also glass; and it is set in a wall of
rlrss. One can senrcely imagino an
English ludy going into audi a place
ixoinir into a glass hi use through a
rrowd ol men tippling beer and bran
dy, nbsiutho nii'l vermouth.
The Ibdgraria Magazine has an ar
ticle on tho observn nee of Sunduy by
tho working peoplo of I'aria. We
quote: "thousands of decent shop keep
ers, with their , wives and children,
troop out to the 'p'.esant little villages
around Paris, and mnko themselves
thoroughly happy under the simplest
Condltons. Perhaps their destination
may be Sceattx or Fontcnay nux Hoses.
There nro a dozen other places besides
Sceuux to which tho habitue of the
Boulevards noon learns to band bis
stepH when in soarch of a cbange or of
fresh air. Passy, leloyed ofjournalists
and politicians, is within very easy
roach.- For six sous an omnibus con
veys one from any part ot the icily;
and onoo arrived, thero is ft restaurant,
with a dulieiously froyh gardon in
which to eat, und with a .cook- who
migiitt be ooveted by some of the pre
tentions hotel in the heart of town.
A short walk through the Pare whero
on fine day, the great liossini may be
seen pacing . about in the sun - while
1 daecribtng to a casual friend hisiaiiair
tlilo nictlioJ ol cooking innmtroni
bringH one lo the villago ol' JJoitlov'nc,
from tvliicli l);e .J3oih taken itiuimo.
TLciico anotlirr (stroll of ..linlf nn liour
or so tltrouh tlio by pntha of tlio wood
.ai.l..il... .M i , ri.....i 1.' ...
vi i nn iiiu vugutjtii looi.iouo. 1 I i III
tho fireUo tlio hint Siiiidny of tlil
month n Imr of tho mont obwtropcroim
kind i livid within thd Pure, ulnumt
und;r the very windows of tho puluce
a luet winch makca it onty to under
atand why tho Kinpcror should find
tho Tt utera of Vichy 4 betu fioiul to It iu
conbtitution during thut month, and
why tho Empress should bo o niixiotitt
tQ refresh herself afrcr tho fatii;tie" of
ru-ason by the "ad sen waves at 1'iarrita
Tho fair iuiclfittho noinient of all
Some yearn back Taria bad a num
ber of eccentric character", but they
aro dropping off one. ly one, and no
new oneit aj)rin up to repluco them.
First, there was a broken down g en
tletnan dressed in hideous rapH, who
used, day after day, and from morninir
to night, from year's end to ycur'n end,
to pace around tho galleries, of tho
Fulias Ioyal; ho went no whero elst),
and whero he ate and whero he slept no
one knew. Jt'ext, wait a poor crt.zy
Italian, who, In winter and summer, in
spring nnd autumn, in rain and "now.
us well as in sun i-hine, titted to figure
in a light nankeen dress nnd white hat,
with a wrcnth of flowers real in sum
mer, artificial in winter round tho
hat nnd another around his neck.
Thirdly, there was an American schol
ar, loan, lank, gaunt and scraggy, dres
ed in along black gown and a black
skullcap. Jto tisetl to juihp a Itlo in
the public library, with juK'S of books
before him. It was bclcivcd ho was
compiling a French nnd American
dictionary, but though ho toiled tor
years and years, tho work was never
completed. These threo men are gone
now. Then there was an old gentle
man whom the street boys used lo call
General IJifilard, who strutted about
the streets nUired in gorgeous military
uniform, with ft big sword clanking at
his heels. The uniform wasunlikeany
worn in any European army; but woo
to any body who dared to makn sar
castic observation on it tho General
Eowathim like ft tiger. This poor
man lived in my part of of tho town,
ho had an ugly habit of stopping to
talk to paoplo lie did not know; and if
trey showed ft demro to get away lrotn
him, bu used to put Ins hand, menac
ingly on his sword, lie too, has gono
to it better world. Thero is now only
one eccentric, und he tailed the I'ersian.
No is so designated becauso he wears
tho Persian costumo and tho .Persian
headgear in bluek sheep-skin. Ho is
venerable old gentleman, with a fino
board, nnd is scrupulously neat and
Ho is pabsionatalylond ofmu-!1"'
Kit., and is to be seen every night at
I one OP th0 other of tho opera-houses,
j rented always in tho very bebt places.
He is nlso frequently to bo found snun
tering on tho Doiilevnrds nnd tho
Chnnips Elysees. He has tho repu'n
tion of being wealthy. Yet this man,
though in Paris more than thirty j'cars.
tlwinili lio ia tvill l;nmvn liv ftlfrlit. to nil
rarisians, hub never never-been seen
spenking to living soul, llo froquenU
the haunts of men, yet shuns tho com-
munication with man.
A writer in the last number of Iho
Cvmhilt Maaacine says: "Many French
ressess have passed from tho stago
to the cloister when their beauty nnd
renown were in their most brilliant
periods. Others have withdrawn into
.mdnsinn iilm.int. nn eoiniihtte. obsLtv-1
r ' .
ing in the world tho strictest piety und
and giving the most virtuous example,
Mademisello Colombo distributed tho
'blessed bread' to the congregation
her parish church. Tho notorious La
AInupin und tho vivacious Luzy assnm-
the veil, and put tho conventual
between them and ana the world,
where they had figured in a very dif
fercnt line of character. In tho last
century Mademoiselle Gnulticr retired
from tho stage, publicly nnnoiinc
her conversion, and becamo a sister
the Carmelite order nt Lyons. Halfa-dozen
of her fair colleagues, but less
richly endowed as actresses, took
courses nearly similar. . Soma among
us may remember Madame Gonlheir,
the bouncintf, buxom, hearty, hilarious
actress of tho Varieties in its brightest
times. With .ill the jollity of charac
ter above indicated, Madamo Gontboir
was sincerely rigorous in tho perform
ance of ull her religious duties. Sho
was proioniKiiy in t arnest, wnen, uimh
about to play a new part for tl o first
time, she crossed herselt as she stooa
at tho n ing, und murmured, with
emotion that was notatall foignod, nor
even ridiculed bv tho comrades who
respected her, '-Von Iticu, faites moi
urace de fyien savoir men rolet' 'Givo
graco that 1 may well know my part!'
Sinco Madame Gontheir'u time
distinguished tragio actresSionah Ley,
of tho Odoon, took tho vail, and many
others Indies of less note, but of' equal
ly serious thoughtfulnesB, hayoquittod
the brilliant, bustling stage, and pas
sed away into the calm, quiet lifo of
convont' and have been conlont thero-
Honest Sentiments of a Leading
I nllu " ii inK in-;ro suu-
! r,, ln belief and expectation that
?t,wl" ,enrt t0 system
' of, popular aiiffrapo into disrepute and
' '"Imm, and thus pavo the way for its
j entire abandonment and the establish
net . "unt another form of government,
: Ln,,Vt'h Pcorl0 bve no agency,
I lattr has always been a favorite
theory of n strong eoction of the oppo
,. sttion to the Pemocrney, and for it
i they have labored asstduouslv, and,
i oemin.t; to abandon it. have only
"'hanged their plan of operations. Mr.
oft Hughes lets tho cat out of tho bag and
'ows what it is designed to accomplish
and we can nil s-e bow ndm.rnbly fit
ed tratoit' nfgro suffrage )8 to attain it. Cm.
a m kh r,s.o( J nt in onp of tho
nbltdt nd mtmt prominvMit oi tho Und
icnl leadors in our fiistor State, llo In
it bold nna poitivo mrin, of very do
tidod viow'8 ui'on public nnoHtiona.
ile is tho mtimitto friend of Morton
and of tho other JU)ublicnn Icndorn,
and is thorouv:hlT iicnnnnted with
their set ret Ttewu nnd with the object"
ut which they ultimately aim. A u
member of tho .Indinnn IiPibhittire
from Monroo Cottntr bo lately cava nn
ace omit ol hitt Mewnrdtihip. r.t Dloom-
intfto'i., The lndiiinu)oliH Herald had
i special reporter iiicit), who tuns re
Jiorts the leading portion of his tpecch.
"I am opjosed to negro sufi'rnge, not
because they nro negroes, or aro black,
for those are niattersof taste and pre
judice, but. because the right of sutr
rngo has ulrewly been too much extend
cil and cheapened in this country.
yhilo I am oposed to extending tho
right of suffrage to tho negroes. I am
in favor of disfranchising ono-ha!f of
the while people in this country. Our
fathers eonimitled a great nnd fatal
niistako in extending as they did tho
right of se.fi'i ago. All history proves
that thero is but ono intercut that is
conservative, nnd that can bo safely
intrusted with tho governing power,
and that is tho property interest.
When u man is possessed of properly
ho has n stake in tho country and de
sires a strong and stable government,
and will not endanger his property by
unwise legislation or by involving the
country in it war. Tho great object in
our form of government has been tho
want ol strength and power in the Fed
eral Government. It will be imposiblo
to govern this vast and rapidly in
cri-asing country under tho operation
of universal suHYage. Our system of
government has been materially und
radically changed during tho war, und
it can never bo restored to what it was
prior to the war. Tho constitution is
not worth tho paper upon which it
is written. The first effect ol univer
sal Mifl'rngo will be to mu!;o tho Gov
ernment more nearly approach a pure
democracy, but this can not last long.
Y e w ill follow the example of other
Governments. Tho strife of factions
will go on until, ultimately either the
M'nuto or the 1 resident will assume
mo coniroie. wnen we win nave a
strong and stable Government. Tho
Jirtttsli Government is tho bout Gov
crnment that has ever existed on God's
earth, and the sooner ours assimilates
itself to that of tho British Government
the better it will bo for tho country.
I do not hesitate to declare, no n utter
how unpopular it may be, that if tho
negro race, and one half of tho whito
race, had good I iiisters or
'u!' much better on ant tho
i-i nun-ill, tvuuiu ou caicr uuu siroue
For tho truth of this report the
Herald refers to the leading Radicals of
Uiooniington, und il ndds that, when
he concluded his speech, it received
with rounds of npplnuso. Thero is
littlo doubt that the Radicnl managers
ngreo substantially with Mr. Hcques
i...i l . . . i . r. ! IV
Extraordinary Villainy of a
Extraordinary Villainy of a Massachusetts Radical Preacher
Extraordinary Villainy of a Massachusetts Radical Preacher and Legislator-More of the
"Moral Idea" Notions of Massachusetts.
[Special Dispatch to the World.]
Boston, May 13. This city lias been
considerably excited to-day on account
of the scandalous conduct of a person
formerly ofliciating as u Baptist cler
gyman in the town of East Abington.
This person's immo is Serene liowo.
Ho was a member of the State Legis
hilar, ft school commitooman, and a
prominent Good Templar. Ho was
settled over the Baptist Church in,
jaHt Abington tive or six years ago,
nmj na8 cot,nued its pastor until last
. Sunduv. Bv exemplary conduct he
won lho conndence of the community,
und appartently took great interest in
the welfare of children. The present
year h was elected a member of the
T Tf .mi... -I'll... T .A.vtala t i.A . anlt
wai.r nc pa school committeeman m
his town. 1 Some months since he bur-
ied his wife and several children.
Sinoo that timo there tias boon whis
pering of his affection for girls an I
boys, and that he took impropor lib
erties with them, although parents felt
vinrf.iet confidence that when in, com
pany with Mr. Howe their children
wore entirely out ol barm's way and
beyond the reah of temptation. But
on Saturday last the community of
Efft-fc Abington waa jfreavtly hokH by
11ATK3 OF, ADVKRTI..iyJ.
One solum a year 7 (tea m
ftalf a toluni a on yer - 'm -JH )
Quarter column oae year M 4
Special S jti,-ts, per i0 .. '.. ),
Business rde of iiet innre tV HiTIm
for one year( . . .,!
tlarriai; and death notice. fre.
tho dtatciuenttt made by a little giri.
Guriosily was excited; and it came opt
Hint tho minister had almost daily ex ercised
improper familiarities wit
children and young ladies. Tln bin
continued for ft long series of irocks.
Ilowo.choso his dormitory foriomtnit
ting theso outrage; nnd in some in
stances be ehgMgcd ns 1 bed fellows
young ladies it week or ten days in
ndvanco. flic statements of the girl
were astounding nnd tho .unnatural
practices of Howe . were established
beyond a doubt. The citien TcoIt
cd to investigate tho matter and s
council was held on Sunday. A dofcon
citir.ens waited upon Howe at hif room
nnd found he had no response! tu' innko
to tho charges preferred ngaihsC liim.
As tho temper of the people would :not
allow of dtiilianee, Ilowo, Into in tho
evening, was driven out of tho town in
a carriage by rt friend. He slopped
overnight in Weymouth, and came t
this city (nay. this morning, nnd sent
in ins resignation as a member of the
House of L'eprcscntativcs. The people
oi x.tisL AijingiMi are naturally iu a
great state of excitement and indigna
tion nt the court net jt Jlowc, who, it m
said, even attempted to poison the
minds of the young pages, in tho Legislature-
This niter-noon the Legisla
ture held a secret session und discuss.,
ed the conduct of Howe. A member
presented Howe's letter of resignation.
Many members eat with their beads
hung down at the disgruco thus cntuil
ed upon that bodj , but several proved
themselves equal to tho occasion, and
demanded n committee of investigation.
15ut the Hiibjcct proved too disgusting,
atid so, instead of expelling llowu his
hHcrf resignation was accepted.
Ilowo is a man of about forty years
of arc, and is called smart, but is idiot
ic in nppearanee, und is what Du Chn
illu would call n simian. His fattier
resides in this city. Tho exemplar of
"moral ideas" left for New York tUis
ufternoon, intimated that ho was going
Talking and Writing.
To talk well, and write well,
quito distinct accomplishments.
thourh thev nre sometiniin Con ml i.t.i.
ted to n high degreco in tho same indi
vidual. Often, however, it is quite
otherwise Poor Goldsmith occurs, as
a familiar example. Tho observation
he let full in compnny with bis literary
colleagues wero so notoriously flat and
pointless us to provoke tho remark'
that ho "wroto like nn angol, and talk
ed like poor Poll." Other great talk
ers, famous wits, have written to littlo
that their reputation rests ou bon mott
and nnnccdotes recorded by others,
lint even when a grout talker is also a
great wi iter, it is rarely through hi
own "Itemains" that wo appreciate
his conversational abilities. Wo owo
tlw privilege to tho baDd of camp
followers who pick clean the booes of
celebrities. Johnson's reputation in
this respect, owes more to Boewell
than it did to himself. Tho unreported
talker shares the futo of the sieger,
aftor hisdeparturo from tho scone, hia
fame remains a matter of faith aud
tradition, which people believe in Lo
calise their father haue told them o,
but tho proof of which is forever si
An Abandoned Ship Drifting for
Tho Phare de la Loire has received
communication of a very singular fact
in a letter from Captain La Roche, da
tod Porto Cnbcllo, Caracas, January
SHh, 18G7. It appeared that Captain
Cadieras, commanding the schooner
Emilia, engaged in tho coasting trade,,
had found stranded on the coast of
Curamichate, on Junuary 6th, a vessel
of 2,297 tons, dismasted, with the let
ters II I F on the stern, and freighted,
with deal, planks. On one of these
there was an inscription in French to
the effect that the ship had boon met
ata-aou May 4th, 1SC5, by Captain
Samson, of tho Mars, of Bordeaux, who
after a vain attempt to tow it along,
had nbandoned the task as hopeless.
It follows that ths voeaol must bava
navigated itself without any crew dur
ing tho twenty month betw.en May,
1SCJ), and January, lSC7,to drift ashore
at lasto t thoconstof Curamichate.
The Release of Jefferson Davis.
The Now York Tribune, in speakin g
of tho lato reloaso of JtrricaoN Dav,
"All this might have boon effcctoil
months ago, by a very little courage
und good sense. It was as easy last
summer as now. To advance toward
some difficulties ta to overcome thero,
nnd this is a siirnal example. The
utam. ..... .- ; ..w
for the long imprisonment of JefTerson-
Davis, nnd its refusal to either release
or try him. We affirmed this a year
ago, and that we were right waf proved
yesterday, when, after the brief ro-'
mark of the counsel, and a fow legal
forms. Mr. Davis wm discharged 1Y
tho Court. Ho nw liberty to go,
where pleases; and not at the Southr
alone, but oqally at the North, his lib
eration will be hailed a a rtotxwjr of'
com mo erura.' ' -